Does anyone know whether DEC's Open3D software (specifically OpenGL)
will work on a DEC 3000/300LX with the standard HX frame buffer?
I've read the Open3D SPD, and it doesn't mention a software-only
rendering engine... The SPD does list a bunch of graphics cards as
being supported, but it doesn't list the HX.
So, will DEC's OpenGL work on the HX...?
PS: I already know about Mesa. I'm trying to find out whether DEC's
official OpenGL implementation will work on the HX.
Imagine that CRAY decides to make a personal computer. It contains 16
Alpha based processors executing in parallel, has 800 megabytes of RAM,
9 Gigabytes of disk storage, a resolution of 4096 x 4096 pixels, does
24bit 3D graphics in realtime, relies entirely on voice recognition for
input, fits in your shirt pocket and costs $300. What is the first
question the computer community asks?
"Is it DOS compatible?"